Jalandhar: Students of Lyallpur Khalsa College performed well in Guru Nanak Dev University exams. In a press release, the Principal of the College Dr Gurpinder Singh Samra informed that Antariksh Pasricha, a student has bagged second position in Guru Nanak Dev University in the MA Music (Vocal)-III semester, whereas Neeraj secured fifth position, Jassa Singh secured sixth position, Gurpreet Singh secured seventh position, Akshay Bhatia secured eighth position, Ganga Singh and Paramjit Singh secured tenth position in the same class. President of the College Governing Council Balbir Kaur congratulated the students and wished them success in life.
Refresher programme concludes
A week-long induction/refresher programme concludes at Department of Mechanical Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology. The programme was organised for the faculty members of technical education institutes. Titled as “Advance Materials and Processes for Sustainable Intelligent Manufacturing”, the programme was conceived to provide the knowhow on current state of research and development in the field of Materials and Manufacturing Processes especially with focus on sustainability and was conducted in completely online mode.
Anubhuti 2nd in BVoc Web Designing
In the result of B.Voc Web Designing (Sem I) of PCM SD College for Women in Guru Nanak Dev University, Anubhuti bagged second position by scoring 305 (76.25%) out of 400 marks. The college offers so many skill orientated courses for girls such as BVoc Web Designing and IT, BVoc Accounting and Taxation, BVoc Fashion Designing and Product etc. These courses equipped the students for jobs in various sectors as well as entrepreneurship. The fee of these courses is very nominal. After doing these courses, girls can explore and use their talents even by working from home and thus gain a highly rewarding self-employment. Principal of the college Dr Kiran Arora applauded the meritorious student for her success and wished for her bright future.
Webinar on Quality in Higher Education
St Soldier Co-Education College, Lidran, organised a webinar on “Quality in Higher Education- NAAC Parameters” in which education scholars shared ideas about how higher education can be brought to higher level. College Director Dr Veena Dada welcomed the keynote speakers of the webinar. Dr JP Panchori (Vice Chancellor, Himalayan University) presented his views on higher education in his inaugural address and gave detailed information about importance and score parts. Prof TS Mathur (Vice Chancellor, IIS University, Jaipur) in his keynote address talked about group discussions and emphasising on the importance of teaching the learning process of personality development. In the suggestion, he talked about what has changed in the teaching learning process with the development of technology.
HOTS Olympiad Winners
As many as 40 students of different classes of Eklavya School brought Laurels to the school. They cleared the HOTS Olympiad conducted by Wizklub. Wizklub, a holistic cognitive development edtech startup that builds excellence for the school children through its HOTS (Higher Order Thinking Skills) and SmartTech programs, had announced an international Olympiad to gauge cognitive skills of lakhs of participating children. The assessment covered logical thinking skills, comprehension skills, critical thinking skills, quantitative and problem solving aptitude and offers scholarships to the winners. The test has three stages-prelims at school level, quarterfinals at zonal level and the grand finale at international level. Eklavya School students qualified the first level of HOTS Olympiad. These 40 students include Rahul Pathi (Class I), Gurtej Singh (Class II), Ruth (Class III), Ekam Sangha (Class IV), Reeya (Class V), Prabhgun Kaur (Class VII), Prabhleen Kaur (Class VIII) and many more students from Classes I to VIII.
Tanisha Ahuja 2nd in MSc (Chemistry)
Tanisha Ahuja of MSc (Chemistry) Sem-III of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya got university position with 352 marks out of 400. She secured second position. Principal Prof Ajay Sareen congratulated Tanisha Ahuja and her family members. tns
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